1. Giants lose in heartbreaking fashion on a late Jake Moody FG
A lot of people think that San Francisco will dominate the G-Men in this one and post a double-digit victory. Hold the phone on that one, though. The Giants showcased in the second half vs. Arizona that when the offense gets going, they're tough to stop. Jones finished with 380 total yards and three touchdowns.
He'll be ready to make a statement against San Fransisco. Not having Barkley out there will hurt him, but offensive coordinator Mike Kafka will get creative and find a way to have Jones make plays both with his right arm and his impressive wheels. It's going to be on Jones to keep this one tight, which we think he'll do.
Entering the fourth quarter, the Giants and 49ers will be tied a 17-17. Purdy will give the 49ers the lead on a short touchdown pass to Brandon Aiyuk, but Jones will hit Waller for an 11-yard score to even things up at 24-24 with 3:18 on the clock. Unfortunately for the Giants, Purdy will lead SF down the field and Jake Moody will hit a game-winning 42-yard field goal with less than a minute to go to win it for the home team.